Galileo Resources make Copper Exploration Progress and Alan Green on 4 Small Cap Stocks

Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
12:57, 23rd November 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Galileo Resources make Copper Exploration Progress and Alan Green on 4 Small Cap Stocks

Colin Bird Chairman & CEO of Galileo Resources #GLR FOLLOW talks about their exploration progress on the Kalahari Copper Belt project in western Botswana.

Galileo Resources PLC (AIM:GLR) is a focused resource company whose mission is to identify above average projects where the fundamentals are fully understood and have been released by significant raw data capture. It has interests in the Star Zinc Project Lusaka, Zambia, the Kalahari Copper Belt Project, Northern Botswana, Glenover Rare Earth Project Limpopo Province in South Africa, the Concordia Copper Project, Northern Cape Province in South Africa and the Ferber Project Elko Country in Nevada, USA.

Alan Green CEO of Brand Communications talks about:

Synairgen #SNG FOLLOW



Blencowe Resources #BRES FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 13 minutes 56 seconds)  

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